Google Chrome Android updated with Autofill and Password Sync

Google Chrome Android updated with Autofill and Password Sync

Google Chrome browser is known worldwide for its speed and user-friendly interface, and Google brought the browser to its mobile operating system, Android. Google Chrome browser is highly appreciated by the Android community, and after all the appreciation, Google upgraded the browser with serveral new updates.

Just like the desktop version, it allow users to save their passwords and have forms autofilled when they’re signed into Chrome. Also it brings stability improvements and a fix for blank-page loads, it seems Google is making sure that their mobile browser is just as perfect as the desktop one.

If you are using Chrome Browser on your Android device, then you will receive the update soon, or if your application is already updated, then tell us how’s your experience with the new and updated Chrome.

Source: Google Chrome Blog

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